MINNEAPOLIS -- Kiosks have been slow to gain acceptance in the supermarket industry, but Lunds Food Holdings here has gone all out with the interactive computer screens in its new "Store of the Future" in Plymouth, Minn. g Wise natural foods area, and meat, seafood and produce. The retailer's stated goal, as with all technologies in the store, is to enhance customer service. "In the kiosk area, we are providing additional product information, such as recipes and Food Notes, and it is a ...

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